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Sonoma  State University is a leader in the Maker Movement, which fosters artistic  development and encourages individuals to design, build and manufacture.

Sonoma State University is a leader in the Maker Movement, which fosters artistic development and encourages individuals to design, build and manufacture. Sonoma offers a White House-recognized Maker Educator Certificate program that equips teachers with the knowledge and ability to enhance classroom learning through hands-on making. The California State University prepares the largest number of STEM teachers in the nation, incorporating the Maker Movement into STEM education to encourage a new generation of students in these fields.

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